HMD Global has unveiled two new Nokia phones along with with three KaiOS based feature phones. The two devices share the same design and screen but differ on internal specs and cameras.
Both the devices have a 6.3-inch Full HD+ LCD panel with always-on HDR, wide color representation and accuracy, adaptive capabilities, and a dedicated processor to keep everything running smoothly.
You might think that the phones are made up of metal and glass, but that’s not true. HMD created a high-tech polymer composite frame that it claims is incredibly tough, and is lighter than Aluminium. The backward and forward portion of the device is covered with Gorilla Glass 3.
Other specs which both the devices share in common are 3,500mAh batteries with two-day battery life; USB-C ports and 3.5mm headphone jacks, FM and NFC radios; dedicated Google Assistant buttons; and Bluetooth 5.0 with Qualcomm aptX audio.
Among the things which aren’t common is the processor. The Nokia 6.2 has got a Snapdragon 636 whereas the Nokia 7.2 runs on Snapdragon 660. The 6.2 has a three-camera array on the back, featuring a 16MP main sensor at f/1.8 joined by a 5MP depth sensor and an 8MP wide-angle sensor at f/2.2. The front camera is an 8MP sensor at f/2 aperture.
The Nokia 7.2 has a super impressive 48MP primary sensor at f/1.79 with Zeiss optics. HMD has paid special attention to the device’s low light performance. The phone can take up to 20 images to find the right exposure. The main shooter is coupled with the same 5MP depth sensor and an 8MP wide-angle sensor at f/2.2 as the 6.2. Zeiss has assisted the software and is offering three of its own bokeh effects to the Nokia 7.2.
The Nokia 6.2 will be available in October for 209 euro in Charcoal or Ice colors. The Nokia 7.2 will go on sale by the September end in Cyan Green, Charcoal, and Ice for 349 euros.
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